Deutsche Bank

Human Resources
Report 2016

Fostering an inclusive workplace across generations

As of year-end 2016, 24.8% of Deutsche Bank’s workforce was 49 years of age or over, with the youngest group of employees – up to 29 years of age – accounting for 17.1%. The average age in Germany was 44.9 years which, along with the average length of company service, is higher than in other regions. This is why age diversity has been a particular focus in Germany. The bank offers active support throughout the working lifecycle of its staff, including programs to support employees with childcare and time off work to care for elderly relatives. It also fosters dialogue and knowledge transfer between younger and older generations as well as offering flexible work solutions for employees as part of its benefits programs.

Age

In headcount

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Up to 29 years

17.1%

18.4%

18.8%

18.9%

19.8%

30 – 39 years

29.9%

29.7%

29.3%

29.2%

29.4%

40 – 49 years

28.2%

28.6%

29.6%

30.6%

30.8%

Over 49 years

24.8%

23.3%

22.3%

21.3%

20.0%

Average age by region

In years, headcount

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Germany

44.9

44.3

44.0

43.9

43.2

Europe (excluding Germany), Middle East and Africa

40.2

39.8

39.7

39.5

39.0

Americas

40.4

40.5

40.4

40.3

39.9

Asia-Pacific

34.2

33.6

33.2

33.0

32.9

Total

41.3

40.9

40.7

40.6

40.1

Length of company service

In headcount

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Up to 4 years

34.2%

34.8%

33.8%

33.2%

34.9%

5 – 14 years

27.3%

27.5%

29.3%

30.7%

30.0%

More than 14 years

38.5%

37.7%

36.9%

36.1%

35.1%

Average length of company service by region

In years, headcount

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Germany

19.1

18.5

18.4

18.1

17.6

Europe (excluding Germany), Middle East and Africa

10.2

10.0

10.2

10.3

9.8

Americas

7.4

7.5

7.8

7.9

7.8

Asia-Pacific

5.1

4.8

4.8

4.7

4.5

Total

13.2

12.9

13.1

13.0

12.7